Fact or Fiction: Evaluating Internet Sources

With the abundant open source information available on the web, it is increasingly important to ascertain the validity of information and investigate authorship.  I can recommend several great references.  These tutorials provide investigators and researchers with excellent criteria to consider when reviewing web content:

Evaluating Internet Research Sources by Dr. Robert Harris (thanks to David Jimenez for the tip)

What They Don’t Teach in Detective School by Richard McEachin at The Confidential Resource blog

Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply and Questions to Ask a tutorial at UC Berkeley

Evaluating Information Found on the Internet a tutorial at Johns Hopkins University

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